You might not have had to sneak your way through summer school to avoid your parents’ wrath, but that’s what Chris Sheffield’s character Levi Collins has to do in “General Education,” an “American Pie”-esque comedy directed by Tom Morris and written by Morris, Elliot Feld and Jaz Kalkat.
The comedy also stars Maiara Walsh, Elaine Hendrix, Bobby Campo, Tom Maden, Seth Cassell, McKaley Miller, Mercedes Masohn, with Janeane Garofolo and Larry Miller and, just in time for the film’s August 24 theatrical release, the film’s trailer has been released. You can see it below the post.
Here’s the official rundown on “General Education:”
“Levi Collins is set to go to the local University on a tennis scholarship, but he forgot to tell his parents one thing – he didn’t graduate. As a result, he must take summer school before his mom and dad discover he’s failed senior science. At school, Levi falls in love with his classmate, Katie, and learns that he has to make a choice between playing tennis and receiving a proper education. General Education is a quirky comedy about a family learning to grow together.”